eLearning

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*Deluge & Preaction Inspection, Testing, & Maintenance

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Summarize & locate the requirement’s for Inspection, Testing & Maintenance of deluge & preaction sprinkler systems using the appropriate NFPA standard
  • Identify common hardware used in deluge & preaction sprinkler systems 

Duration: 80 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these polls and will not be able to participate them in them

*Fire Pump Inspection, Testing, & Maintenance

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Identify pump types, components
  • Summarize weekly and monthly inspection, testing and maintenance responsibilities for fire pumps in accordance to NFPA 25
  • Summarize annual inspection, testing and maintenance responsibilities for fire pumps in accordance to NFPA 25
 

Duration: 90 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these 

*Introduction to Automatic Sprinklers

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  •  Identify sprinkler components
  • Recognize common fire protection industry terminology
  • Classify the different types of sprinklers

Duration: 90 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these 

*Introduction to Residential Fire Protection

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Explain the residential fire problem
  • Describe the purpose of residential sprinklers
  • Recognize the differences between residential sprinklers and standard Spray sprinklers
  • Classify residential sprinklers types

Duration: 80 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these 

*LFP® Antifreeze for Fire Sprinkler Systems

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Discuss features and benefits of Tyco LFP® Antifreeze
  • Describe the differences between existing antifreeze solutions and Tyco LFP® Antifreeze
  • Review NFPA requirements for use of antifreeze in systems
  • Review proper installation and maintenance practices

Duration: 60 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these polls and will not be able to participate them in them

*Pre-Recorded Webinar* Antifreeze, Nitrogen Generation and New Products

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Describe the differences between previous and current antifreeze solutions and Tyco LFP® Antifreeze
  • Summarize the theory and applications of nitrogen generation and introduce the JCI Tyco NG-1 Series nitrogen generators
  • Differentiate between prescriptive design and specific application as it relates to the window sprinkler portfolio (including the Model CWS Concealed Window Sprinkler)
  • Introduce new fire protection products in the JCI portfolio
 

Duration: 90 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these 

*Pre-Recorded Webinar* Storage Fire Protection

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Summarize commodity classification as they relate to NFPA 13
  • Describe the storage arrangements and types
  • Interpret the protection tables in NFPA 13 for the rack storage protection

Duration: 100 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these polls and will not be able to participate them in them

*Water Mist Fire Protection Overview

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Explain the extinguishment characteristics of water mist
  • Identify products in the JCI AquaMist product portfolio
    • AquaMist Ultra Low Flow (ULF)
    • AquaMist SONIC
  • Summarize AquaMist applications

Duration: 70 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these polls and will not be able to participate them in them

 

*Wet & Dry Systems Inspection, Testing, & Maintenance

This pre-recorded webinar will allow the attendee to:

  • Identify the NFPA standard used for Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance 
  • Summarize & locate the requirement’s for Inspection, Testing & Maintenance of wet & dry sprinkler systems using the appreciate NFPA standard.
  • Identify common hardware used in Wet & dry sprinkler systems. 

Duration: 80 minutes
CPDs: 1 hour
Language: English 

Click here for a PDF Version of the slide deck from this presentation 

**DISCLAIMER: This recorded webinar references attendees being awarded CEUs at the conclusion of the webinar, however those CEUs could only be awarded at the time of the “live” webinar. Viewers will NOT receive CEUs, only a certificate of attendance

There are references to polls taking place throughout the video, viewers will not see these polls and will not be able to participate them in them

 

BlazeMaster® CPVC Fire Sprinkler Systems Installation Training - Provided by Lubrizol

This Lubrizol sponsored training will provide education on the proper methods of installing BlazeMaster® CPVC Fire Sprinkler Systems (listings, advantages, design parameters, cutting and joining methods, Best Practices).

Upon completion of this lesson, participants will know:

  • The proper methods of installing BlazeMaster® CPVC Fire Sprinkler Systems
  • The advantages of the BlazeMaster® CPVC Fire Sprinkler Systems
  • About cutting & joining BlazeMaster® CPVC Fire Sprinkler System

The Presentation will help participants with the following:

  • Know the Listings and Approvals necessary for installation of CPVC
    fire sprinkler systems
  • Understand the advantages of a CPVC fire sprinkler system
  • Understand the various design parameters for CPVC fire sprinkler systems and where CPVC is allowed to be installed
  • Understand the correct joining method of CPVC pipe and fittings
  • Understand the difference between concealed and exposed systems
  • Understand the various options for freeze protection
  • Understand chemical compatibility and the potential issues when using incompatible ancillary products
  • Understand support and hanging requirements of CPVC

 
Duration:  90 - 120 minutes
Language: English or Spanish

Upon completion and at Lubrizol’s discretion, we’ll send you a BlazeMaster® online installation training card and certificate.


To create an account, enroll in this class or find out more information please visit https://www.blazemastertraining.com/

Consequences of Omitting Sprinklers from Concealed Spaces

From a previously recorded webinar: This lesson will discuss the advantages and disadvantages and of omitting sprinklers in concealed spaces. It can be maddening trying to determine what the minimum remote area size permitted. We will discuss how section 8.15.1.2 ties in with the calculation section of 11.2.3.1.4. We will help you answer the question, “Will I need to use a minimum remote area of 3,000 square feet?”

 
Upon completion of this lesson, participants will be able to:
Clearly identify the section of NFPA 13 that applies to any concealed space.
Determine if sprinklers are required in any concealed space
Determine if the calculation area must be 3,000 square feet or larger in size
Utilize NFPA 13 calculation method to achieve the most cost effective fire sprinkler system where concealed spaces are present.
 
Duration: 60 Minutes
Language: English
CPD: 1.0


To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.
 

Corrosion in Water-based Fire Protection Systems

This recorded eLearning will introduce you to the science behind corrosion and identify the areas within a sprinkler system that is commonly found.  The figures, explanations, and material are designed to provide more information on the use of nitrogen in dry pipe systems, pre-actions systems and even wet pipe systems.  The Tyco NG-1 Series nitrogen generators and supporting product line will help you to reduce, monitor and even eliminate the corrosion in water-based fire protection systems.

Objectives:

  • Discuss the issue of corrosion in water-based fire protection systems
  • Outline the Tyco NG-1 Series Product
  • Identify the use of nitrogen generation for dry pipe system inerting
  • Describe the use of nitrogen in wet pipe systems and air venting
  • Recognize Corrosion Monitoring solutions and the technical information used with the Tyco Model NG-1 Series Nitrogen Generators

Duration: 25 minutes
Language: English
CPDs: 0.5

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Deluge and Preaction Sprinkler Systems 2019

This recorded eLearning will explain the features, benefits, and applications of deluge and preaction sprinkler systems. Many of the components that can be used to make these systems function in accordance with nationally accepted standards will also be covered.  

Objectives:

  • Identify key preaction system terminology
  • Recognize parts and pieces of preaction systems
  • Distinguish difference between single and double interlock preaction systems 
  • Explain operating principles of preaction systems
  • Identify key deluge system terminology
  • Name the common applications where deluge systems are installed
  • Recognize different style valves
  • Describe various actuations of deluge systems 
  • Explain deluge system operating principles 

Duration: 35 Minutes
Language: English
CPDs:  0.5



To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.
 

Early Suppression Fast Response (ESFR) Sprinkler Spray Demo

This short video demonstrates the spray pattern and capabilities of Special Application Attic Sprinklers,
specifically the BB3.

This video was taken at our Grinnell Fire School Training Center in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Duration of the video: 3 minutes 46 seconds.
Language: English

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Extended Coverage Sprinkler (EC25) Spray Demo

This short video demonstrates the spray pattern of the Extended Coverage Upright Sprinkler (EC25)

Also addressed in this short video are the need for and capabilities of this EC25 sprinkler.

This video was taken at our Grinnell Fire School Training Center in Cranston. Rhode Island.
Duration of the video: 2 minutes 11 seconds.
Language: English

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Extended Coverage Sprinklers

From a previously recorded webinar: Extended Coverage Sprinklers can significantly reduce material and labor costs as compared to traditional standard coverage sprinkler systems.  In this webinar, we will discuss where and how to properly utilize these unique sprinklers types.  


 
Duration:  1 hour
Language: English
CPDs:  1.0


To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.
 

Heat Sources and Sprinklers 2019

This recorded eLearning will answer the most common questions that people have about placing sprinklers in relation to different types of heat sources. Any one that has ever used NFPA 13 knows, it can be very difficult to determine where the Committee intends sprinklers to be placed depending on their temperature rating. With diagrams and analysis of the Committee’s statements, we will show you exactly what these tables mean and where sprinklers are supposed to be placed.

Objectives:

• Identify common heat sources discussed in NFPA 13
• Determine the correct temperature classification for sprinklers near different heat sources
• Determine the correct distance sprinklers must be located from common heat sources.
• Identify the correct sections in NFPA 13 that would apply in these situations.

Duration: 22 Minutes
Language: English
CPDs: 0.5


To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

 

How to Size the Incoming Water Main for Commercial Fire Protection Systems

This one hour previously recorded webinar will cover how to determine the amount of water (gpm) required to protect a building or protection area.  This is based on the given hazard, hose stream demands, and if standpipes are required.  The information provided can help GCs, architects, and fire protection contractors determine the minimum pipe size needed to supply a fire protection system.


Duration: 1 Hour
Language: English
CPDs: 1.0

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Introduction to Automatic Sprinklers 3 Part Series

This 3 part recorded eLearning will describe the different components that make up an automatic sprinkler. It will explain the difference between control mode density area, suppression mode, standard spray, extended coverage, dry type, large drop, specific application control mode, specific application, and residential sprinklers.

Objectives:

  • Identify components and recognize common fire protection industry terminology
  • Classify the different types of sprinklers
  • Differentiate between various sprinkler and system types/categories

Duration: 1 Hour
Language: English
CPDs: 1.0



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LFP® Antifreeze

This E-Learning will explore the features and benefits of the new UL Listed LFP® Antifreeze available from Tyco. It will discuss historical events related to antifreeze use in fire protection systems, what makes a Listed antifreeze different, and lastly how to install and maintain LFP® Antifreeze. 

Objectives: 

  • Discuss features and benefits of Tyco LFP® Antifreeze 
  • Describe the differences between existing antifreeze solutions and Tyco LFP® Antifreeze
  • Review NFPA requirements for use of antifreeze in systems
  • Review proper installation and maintenance practices

 

Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English 
CPDs: 0.5

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Model CWS Specific Application Concealed Pendent Window Sprinkler 2020

This recorded eLearning will identify key application requirements of the Model CWS Window Sprinklers.  The figures, explanations, and material is designed to provide more information that will help you characterize the specific application design for glazing protection.  The Tyco Model WS Concealed Pendent Window Sprinkler introduction will help you add a very beneficial tool to the toolbox.

Objectives:

  • Define the term “Specific Application”
  • Outline the benefits of utilizing specific Tyco window sprinklers
  • Identify key design and installation requirements of the specific application Tyco Model CWS window sprinkler
  • Discuss the characteristics of the specific application Tyco Model CWS window sprinkler

Duration: 30 Minutes
Language: English
CPDs: 0.5

 

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Parmelee Sprinkler Spray Demo

This short video provides a history and demonstration of the first patented automatic sprinkler; the Parmelee Sprinkler
patented in 1874. You'll notice that this Sprinkler discharges water in the upwards and downwards direction.
This is because our structures mainly consisted of wood in the eighteen-hundreds.

This video was taken at our Grinnell Fire School Training Center in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Duration of the video: 57 seconds.
Language: English

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Protection of Combustible Concealed Spaces

This previously recorded webinar will cover the requirements for protecting combustible concealed spaces per NFPA 13, 2010 edition. When is protection required and when can sprinklers be omitted?
 
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
CPDs: 1.0

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page. 

 

Side Wall Sprinkler Spray Demo

This short video demonstrates the spray pattern and capabilities of Side Wall Sprinklers.

This video was taken at our Grinnell Fire School Training Center in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Duration of the video: 2 minutes 36 seconds.
Language: English

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Special Application Attic Sprinkler Spray Demo

This short video demonstrates the spray pattern and capabilities of Special Application Attic Sprinklers,
specifically the BB3.

This video was taken at our Grinnell Fire School Training Center in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Duration of the video: 3 minutes 46 seconds.
Language: English

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Understanding the Types of Concealed Spaces in NFPA 13

From a previously recorded webinar. There are 18 different concealed space arrangements discussed in Section 8.15.1.2 in NFPA 13. It can be very difficult to determine which description fits the project on which you may be working. This seminar will use drawings and the NFPA 13 sections to show you exactly what the Committee meant for each description. 


Upon completion of this lesson, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the section of NFPA 13 that applies to a concealed construction arrangement
  • Explain the difference between combustible and non-combustible concealed spaces.
  • Determine when sprinklers may be omitted from concealed spaces
  • Determine when sprinklers are required in concealed spaces

Duration: 60 - 90 Minutes
Language: English
CPD: 1.0


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Variables that Impact Water Delivery Time in Dry Pipe Systems

From a previously recorded webinar: This class will discuss some of the variables that can affect the water delivery requirements prescribed by NFPA 13 in a dry pipe system.  

 
Upon completion of this lesson, participants will be able to:

  • Identify water delivery requirements per NFPA 13
  • Discuss conditions that impact water delivery
  • Identify options to decrease water delivery times
  • Discuss methods to predict water delivery times

 
Duration:  70 Minutes
Language: English
CPD: 1.1


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Live Training

Americas

Fire Pump Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Training (ITM)

During two days of comprehensive training, attendees will gain an understanding of the requirements and procedures for inspection, testing, andFire pump ITM maintenance of fire pumps and controllers in accordance with NFPA 20 and 25.  The attendees will participate in valuable hands-on training on pump and controller types including:

  • Pumps
    • Vertical turbine
      • Electric driven
    • Horizontal split-case
      • Electric driven
      • Diesel driven
  • Controllers
    • Soft start
    • Across the line

Highlights

  • Attendees will receive a copy of the most current NFPA 25 standard
  • Attendees will witness and conduct full flow fire pump test

Course Objectives

  • Summarize inspection, testing and maintenance responsibilities for fire pumps in accordance to NFPA 25
  • Identify and explain pump types, components, and tools as they relate to applicable NFPA standards
  • Recognize the electrical, mechanical and environmental safety hazards associated with fire pumps as well as the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) that may be required
  • Identify most common pump problems and troubleshooting techniques
  • Demonstrate proper fire pump inspection, testing and maintenance procedures 

Information

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Availability: Cranston, RI USA
  • CPDs: 11 / CEUs: 1.1
  • Target Audience: Open Enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
  • Price: $750 per student, $600 per student for groups of 3 or more from the same company
  • Course Agenda

Guidelines for earning IACET CEUs

  • Attendee must sign in and out daily
  • Attendee must attend 90% of the program
  • Attendee must actively participate in classroom discussions
  • Attendee must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the final assessment
Available Training Dates
  • June 18th - 19th, 2020
  • September 24th - 25th, 2020

    “Johnson Controls Cranston, RI Training Center is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.”
To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems Training (ITM)

During three comprehensive days of training, attendees will gain an understanding of theITM requirements and procedures for inspection, testing, and maintenance of water-based fire protection systems in accordance with NFPA 25, 2017 Edition.  The attendees will participate in valuable hands-on training and troubleshooting exercises of key system components including:

  • System valves (wet, dry, deluge, and pre-action │ 16 fully functional system risers )
  • Fire pumps (vertical turbine, electric and diesel horizontal split case)
  • Water supplies (conduct hydrant flow tests)


Highlights

  • Live fire demonstrations to illustrate system sequence of operation
  • Sprinkler and nozzle discharge demonstration showcasing the evolution of technologies from 1874 to present
  • Personal copy of latest edition of NFPA 25

Course Objectives

  • Identify the NFPA standard used for Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance, and summarize how to find the requirements within the standard
  • Identify the various types, components, and uses of sprinkler systems, and explain how they relate to Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance tasks and frequencies
  • Perform proper Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance procedures as they relate to water-based fire protection systems
  • Recognize problems that may arise in water-based fire protection systems, and demonstrate how to troubleshoot those problems


Course Information

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Availability: Cranston, RI USA
  • CPDs: 19 CEUs: 1.9
  • Target Audience: Open Enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
  • Price: $1,250 per student, $1,000 per student for groups of 3 or more from the same company
  • Course Agenda


Guidelines for earning IACET CEUs

  • Attendee must sign in and out daily
  • Attendee must attend 90% of the program
  • Attendee must actively participate in classroom discussions
  • Attendee must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the final assessment


Available Training Dates

  • June 15th - 17th, 2020
  • September 21st - 23rd, 2020

    “Johnson Controls Cranston, RI Training Center is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.”

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Introduction to Water Based Fire Protection

During one and a half intensive days of training, attendees will gain an appreciation for the various components used in automatic fire protection and fixed water spray systems.Intro to water based fire protection The agenda consists of modules, which cover the types and categories of sprinklers, hydraulics, high-piled storage, and wet, dry, deluge, and pre-action systems.  Although TYCO products will be used to convey the message, the information learned is educational and can be applied to any manufacturer’s products.  Students with different backgrounds and experience will benefit.

Highlights

  • Live fire demonstrations to illustrate automatic sprinkler system sequence of operation
  • Sprinkler and nozzle discharge demonstration showcasing the evolution of technologies from 1874 to present
  • 16 fully functional system risers used to help demonstrate system types, applications, and sequence of operation

Course Objectives

  • Identify components and recognize common fire protection industry terminology
  • Classify the different types of sprinklers
  • Differentiate between various sprinkler and system types/categories
  • Describe where system components listings and approvals can be found

Information

  • Duration: 1.5 days
  • Availability: Cranston, RI USA
  • CPDs: 10 /  CEUs: 1.0
  • Target Audience: Open Enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
  • Free Course
  • Course Agenda

Guidelines for earning IACET CEUs

  • Attendee must sign in and out daily
  • Attendee must attend 90% of the program
  • Attendee must actively participate in classroom discussions
  • Attendee must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the final assessment
Available Training Dates
  • May 28th - 29th, 2020
  • August 13th - 14th, 2020
  • October 29th - 30th, 2020

“Johnson Controls Cranston, RI Training Center is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.”

To enroll in this class or find out more information, login to your account at the top of this page.

Quell™ Methodology Training

During this two-day training program, attendees will develop an understanding of theQuell Methodology Quell™ development process and design requirements as well as an understanding of all components required to implement a Quell™ design. The agenda will include modules that consist of the history and substantiation of current NFPA 13 requirements, the Performance Based Design and Alternative Methods & Materials process.  Other modules that will ensure successful implementation and installation of the Quell ™ design and design method will be covered. 


Highlights

  • Self paced pre-training assessment to become familiar with the development and intricacies of the Quell™ Methodology
  • Hands on training with a fully functional Quell™ riser
  • Self paced, guided exercises to learn and become familiar with Fluid Delivery Time Software utilized in Quell™ design 

Course Objectives

  • Summarize the history and substantiation of current NFPA 13 requirements in regards to Quell™ Methodology and design
  • Discuss the Quell™ development process and design requirements
  • Identify all components required to implement a Quell™ design
  • Explain the Performance Based Design and Alternative Methods & Materials Process
  • Analyze the lessons learned during the more than 130 Quell™ installations that have been completed in the U.S.
  • Determine the process for resolving any issues that are encountered during the design or installation of a Quell™ system


Information

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Availability: Cranston, USA
  • CPDs: 17 / CEUs: 1.7
  • Target Audience: Open Enrollment for Quell™ Licensees
  • Certification: Certificate of Training 
 

Guidelines for earning IACET CEUs

  • Attendee must sign in and out daily
  • Attendee must attend 90% of the program
  • Attendee must actively participate in classroom discussions
  • Attendee must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the final assessment
“Johnson Controls Cranston, RI Training Center is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.”
To enroll in this class or find out more information, email training@tycofp.com

APAC/ME

Enhanced Fire Protection Solutions - Extended Coverage Sprinklers vs. Standard Coverage & Storage Sprinkler Applications

Extended Coverage vs. Standard Coverage Heads

There is more to it than the higher cost of an Extended Coverage (EC) Sprinkler. We EC sprinklerexplain the difference between standard and extended coverage, discuss the types of spaces where the EC will provide an effective protection. We will show how the more costly sprinkler can result in significant total savings in a sprinkler system. Join us to review this subject and the potential savings when using a cost effective design in buildings.

Storage Sprinkler Application

The distribution of products has undergone a huge transformation over the years fueled by telemarketing and online shopping. Developments in construction and warehouse ESFR25management systems and increasing cost of land have resulted in the quest to build taller warehouses. We discuss these challenges higher ceilings with mixed commodities as well as the need to ensure the system’s viability in the longer term. Let us show how you can futureproof your warehouse.


Highlights

  • Overview of different types of sprinklers in Standard Coverage, Extended Coverage and Storage applications 
  • Live demonstration of sprinkler spray patterns (Singapore, Dubai).
  • Explanation of the differences, advantages and design criteria

Course Information

  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Availability: Singapore, Dubai, Bangalore (India)
  • Target Audience: Open enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
To enroll in this class or find out more information, email for Singapore / Bangalore training-apac@tycofp.com and Dubai training-ME@tyco-bspd.com.

For 2020 schedule on this course and other open enrollments in the region please visit: Training Schedule 2020 - APAC - Middle East

Enhanced Fire Protection Solutions - Tunnel Protection with TN17/25 Nozzle

Tunnel Protection with TN17/25 Nozzle

Protecting tunnels against fire hazards poses many unique challenges. Tunnels see TN-25every type of vehicle and possible fuel load; congestion and the potential for large fires create the need for a fire protection system that increases safety by minimizing the risk of fire propagation. The innovative, integrated fire suppression solutions from Tyco Fire Protection Products help to control and suppress fire even in the most challenging of environments, helping to manage fire risk and keep people, assets and the environment safe.


Highlights

  • Overview of TN17/25 Nozzles
  • Explanation of the differences, advantages and design criteria
  • Live demonstration of TN nozzles spray patterns (Singapore, Dubai).

Course Information

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Availability: Singapore, Dubai, Bangalore (India)
  • Target Audience: Open enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
To enroll in this class or find out more information, email for Singapore / Bangalore training-apac@tycofp.com and Dubai training-ME@tyco-bspd.com.

For 2020 schedule on this course and other open enrollments in the region please visit: Training Schedule 2020 - APAC - Middle East

Enhanced Fire Protection Solutions - Window Sprinklers (Model WS)

Window Sprinkler (Model WS)

The use of glass as a construction element is becoming increasingly common WS-2throughout the commercial built environment. Ensuring that glass can appropriately resist the effects of fire is often such a challenge that the full scope of architectural creativity is stifled. The Model WS Window Sprinklers are able to respond quickly in the case of fire, with a special spray pattern that is designed to coat the entire surface of the window with a cooling water flow. The result is a level of protection that reduces the risk of cracking or shattering due to thermal shock, minimizing the chance of fire spread, helping protect lives and property.

  Highlights
  • Overview of WS Window Sprinklers
  • Explanation of the differences, advantages and design criteria
  • Live demonstration of Window Sprinkler spray patterns (Singapore, Dubai).

Course Information

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Availability: Singapore, Dubai, Bangalore (India)
  • Target Audience: Open enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
To enroll in this class or find out more information, email for Singapore / Bangalore training-apac@tycofp.com and Dubai training-ME@tyco-bspd.com.

For 2020 schedule on this course and other open enrollments in the region please visit: Training Schedule 2020 - APAC - Middle East

Field Issues Setting of Pre-Action & Alarm Valves

Field Issues Setting of Pre-Action & Alarm Valves

We will handle and simulate field issues at setting pre-action & alarm valves. Common installation and practical training how to solve or avoid issues.

Course Information

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Availability: Bangalore (India)
  • Target Audience: Open enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
To enroll in this class or find out more information, email for Bangalore training-apac@tycofp.com.

For 2019 schedule on this course and other open enrollments in the region please visit: Training Schedule 2020 - APAC - Middle East

Hands on Deluge and Pre-Action Training

Hands on Deluge and Pre-Action Training

This class is for Sprinkler Installers, Owners and End-users of the different types of Hand on Deluge and Pre-ActionSprinkler Valves, including Pre‐action, Deluge Valves and Systems. We will review the operation of the valve. Switches and accessories, operation and maintenance requirements. Come and Join the fun in our Live Demonstration room with real valves and operational features.

 Highlights
  • Overview of Wet, Dry, Deluge and Pre-action systems
  • Explanation on setting, resetting and maintenance of the systems
  • Functional demonstration of the valves  (Singapore, Dubai).

Course Information

  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Availability: Singapore, Dubai, Bangalore (India)
  • Target Audience: Open enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
To enroll in this class or find out more information, email for Singapore / Bangalore training-apac@tycofp.com and Dubai training-ME@tyco-bspd.com.

For 2020 schedule on this course and other open enrollments in the region please visit: Training Schedule 2020 - APAC - Middle East

Introduction to Sprinklers and Valves

Sprinkler Systems, General Introduction Sprinklers and Alarm Valves

The objective of this training program is to provide a basic understanding and overviewMiddle East Valves of the different types of sprinklers and alarm valves available. Each type will be defined and the specific application will be addressed. To complete the training we will provide a live demonstration of the different sprinkler types and their spray patterns in our Spray Demo Room.
In regards to the alarm valves we will explain the working principles and technical details of all available types of alarm valves and at the end we will provide a live demonstration of the valves in our Valve Demo Room.

Highlights

  • Overview of different types of sprinklers Valves Middle Eastavailable.
  • Live demonstration of sprinkler spray patterns (Singapore, Dubai).
  • Explanation of the different available sprinkler systems.
  • Live demonstration of the working principles of all available types of alarm valves.

Course Information

  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Availability: Singapore, Dubai, Bangalore (India)
  • Target Audience: Open enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training
To enroll in this class or find out more information, email for Singapore / Bangalore training-apac@tycofp.com and Dubai training-ME@tyco-bspd.com.

For 2020 schedule on this course and other open enrollments in the region please visit: Training Schedule 2020 - APAC - Middle Eeast

Europe / Africa

Inspection, Testing & Maintenance (ITM)

During this comprehensive training, attendees will gain an understanding of theInspection testing and maintenance requirements and procedures for inspection, testing and maintenance of water-based fire protection systems in accordance with NFPA 25, 2017 Edition.  The attendees will participate in valuable hands-on training and troubleshooting exercises of key system components including system valves (wet, dry, deluge and pre-action) each with his own fully functional system riser.

Highlights

  • Live Valve demonstrations to illustrate system sequence of operation
  • Hands-on training to gain knowledge of the different alarm valves in regards to maintenance and trouble shooting.

Course Information

  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Availability: Europe only
  • Target Audience: Open Enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training

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Introduction to Sprinklers and Alarm Valves


Sprinkler Systems, General Introduction Sprinklers and Alarm Valves

The objective of this training program is to provide a basic understanding andalarm valves overviewof the different types of sprinklers and alarm valves available. Each type will be defined and the specific application will be addressed. To complete the training we will provide a live demonstration of the different sprinkler types and their spray patterns in our Spray Demo Room. In regards to the alarm valves we will explain the working principles and technical details of all available types of alarm valves and at the end we will provide a live demonstration of the valves in our Valve Demo Room.
Highlights

  • Overview of different types of sprinklers available.sprinkler sproeibeeld
  • Live demonstration of sprinkler spray patterns.
  • Explanation of the different available sprinkler systems.
  • Live demonstration of the working principles of all available types of alarm valves.

Course Information

  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Availability: Enschede, Manchester, Madrid, Goteborg
  • Target Audience: Open enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training

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NFPA13-2019 Training


NFPA13 Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems 2019 edition

The objective of this training program is how to approach and work with this standard.NFPA13 Logo Due to the limitations of the European standards, the American standard NFPA offers more effective solutions to provide fire protection. This module is updated to the latest version of the NFPA13 and the changes between the previous versions are highlighted and will be discussed. This module will guide you through the NFPA13 chapter by chapter and will contain background information, examples, frequently asked questions and workshops for the implementation of this standard into your field. The course will end with an exam and attendees will receive a certificate of training.

Highlights

  • Provides a deeper insight in sprinkler technics and able to determine / identify different sprinkler types.
  • Able to select the right sprinkler for the job.
  • Knowledge of the working principles of sprinkler systems in general.
  • Better understanding of how to use the NFPA13 book.
  • Exam

Course Information

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Availability: Europe
  • Target Audience: Open Enrollment
  • Certification: Certificate of Training

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Quell Fire Sprinkler System


License training to Quell fire protection systems

During this two-day training program, attendees will develop an understanding of theQuell Fire Sprinkler Systems Logo Quell development process and design requirements as well as an understanding of all components required to implement a Quell design. The agenda will include modules that consist of the history and substantiation of current NFPA 13 requirements, the Performance Based Design and Alternative Methods & Materials process.  Other modules that will ensure successful implementation and installation of the Quell design and design method will be covered. 

Highlights

  • Self paced pre-training assessment to become familiar with the development and intricacies of the Quell Methodology
  • Hands on training with a fully functional Quell riser (if organized in a TechXchange office)
  • Self paced, guided exercises to learn and become familiar with Fluid Delivery Time software utilized in Quell design

Course Information

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Availability: Europe only
  • Target Audience: Open Enrollment for Quell Licensees
  • Certification: Certificate of Training

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